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Monitoring the Mediterranean to save the lives of drifting refugees is currently a hit-and-miss affair, needing an expensive armada of vessels to ensure lives are saved. But there are never enough shi
Five meteorologists working on Russia’s Izvesti Tsik Islands are trapped in their base, and have been for almost two weeks, because they are besieged by polar…
When driving on a road embankment, we hope that it won’t collapse under the wheels of our vehicle, but how certain can we really be?
Scientists fear that even before one of the last frontiers of exploration, the ocean deep, has been properly studied it will already have been exploited by commercial deep-sea mining looking for rare
Deep ocean floor has never been mined for resources That is about to change Mining companies may launch deep-sea mining by 2018 Environmental consequences remain unknown Researchers are rushing to fil
A new infrared process developed by German researchers is helping scientists in Berlin work out where and when pieces of music and art were created
The search is on to find which teams within the European Union are producing the most groundbreaking research project or product.
In this edition of Futuris, Julián López Gómez sails to a fish farm in the west of Scotland, where around 1,000 tons of salmon are bred every year.
Euronews, Sophie Claudet: In your study, published in 2014, we read that one in two women in the EU have been sexually harassed; and that Sweden and Denmark top the list with 80 and 81 percent of wome
Europeans do like their steak… but the most consumed meat in Europe is by far pork. Find out why the process behind your bacon is one of the driving forces behind a global health threat.
Euronews -Sophie Claudet A British study shows that by 2050, antibiotic resistance could become even more deadly than cancer – with more than 10 million victims a…
BMW is teaming up with Intel and Mobileye aiming to put self-driving cars on the road by 2021.
For over a century since it was found in an ancient shipwreck, scientists have been scratching their heads over the exact function of the Antikythera mechanism, named after the Greek island off which
Australian researchers say they have created a microscope that will allow scientists to examine human, plant and animal samples closer than ever before.
In this edition of Futuris, we look at wasps, hawks and donkeys – not animals but special robots which can help save people in danger in the Alps.
Obedient wasps, somehow stubborn donkeys, watchfull hawks, surrounded by Alpine peaks… In fact, they are robots developed in the framework of the
Humans have long been under CCTV surveillance, but now chickens and pigs are being watched too – by big farmer technology!
Watch out, chickens! Big farmer is watching you! But it is for a good cause – to increase your wellbeing. Researchers have set up cameras, sensors
Europe has a wealth of sensitive high-value facilities that could spell disaster if they failed in, say, an earthquake or flood. And what if both happened simultaneously? And vital equipment malfuncti
Earthquakes, floods, tsunami… could this dam resist any natural disaster? In theory yes, but there is no such thing as zero risk. Scientists are
We understand some parts of our own oceans less than we know outer space, but as they are so critical to our survival we need to know more, fast.
This simple tool allows scientists to take sea water samples The plastic tubes can withstand enormous pressure The lids are remotely controlled